In a typical day, it’s not unusual for the average person to shed about 50-100 hairs. While a few stray strands in your hairbrush or your shower drain are totally normal, symptoms like persistent shedding, easy breakage, or thinning on the scalp indicate that there might be a larger...

Hormones present in both men and women are known to be a primary cause of hair loss. In recent years, the hormone DHT and hair loss has become synonymous. It is strongly believed this hormone is directly related to male and female hair loss. But what...

Hair loss in both women and men can be attributed to a number of factors. Genetics, illness, side effects of medications, and hormonal imbalance are just a few potential factors. When considering hormonal factors, cortisol related hair loss is a common culprit. In this article, the Cheveux team...

Hair loss in women can be caused by a large variety of factors. Lifestyle, genetics, medications, hormones; the list goes on. Below we outline five of the more common reasons you might be experiencing hair loss. Alopecia Areata This autoimmune caused illness creates bald patches to form....

While the latest hair style or fashion trend should have little do with the workplace (unless you work in hair and fashion), evidence would suggest otherwise. This is especially true when it comes to negative experiences related to hair, clothing, or body image. You may...

Sometimes hair loss isn’t due to an illness or a disorder, but because of something missing in your diet. Here, we examine the link between vitamins and hair loss. Biotin Deficiency Biotin, also known as vitamin B7, is found in beef, eggs, salmon, sunflower seeds, almonds, sweet...

There are many reasons why women lose their hair, each accompanied with its own set of symptoms and hair loss patterns. For women, it isn’t always as easy to spot hair loss as it is for men. Many women wear their hair long, and in...